Tag Archives | sports PR

Sports and Social Media: an Evolving Partnership

It’s no secret that social media has influence in our everyday lives. With the help of the new digital age we now live in, people can connect with loved ones and see things from all over the world in a matter of seconds. People can go from their daily routine to a viral internet sensation […]

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Ramp up Recruitment by Taking Your Chapter to a Sporting Event

It’s that time again. It’s the first time you get to see your favorite sports team. The excitement peaks as the stadium comes alive. Imagine the thrills of experiencing this with your PRSSA Chapter. Taking your members to a sporting event has the potential to change the dynamic of your Chapter for the better. During […]

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Sports PR: Get Your “Shine” On [National Conference]

Editor’s Note: The PRSSA 2013 National Conference was in Philadelphia from October 25-29. All National Conference posts can be found here. Imagine you are the most passionate fan of your favorite professional sports team. Your family has been season ticket holders your entire life, you know the stats of every player. You eat, sleep and breathe that team. […]

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Break Into Sports With Public Relations

Kicking off the first round of professional development sessions at the PRSSA 2012 National Conference was a session led by Andrew Nicholson, director, new media for the Sacramento Kings and Nima Zarrabi, director of marketing/public relations for REP1 Sports. Both men discussed the importance of public relations, and the benefits of using public relations in […]

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Public Relations: When Two Worlds Collide

Communications students came to the nation’s capital on March 23-24 to learn the importance of traditional and new media in public relations. At the PRSSA Regional Conference, “When Two Worlds Collide: Bridging Online and Offline Communication,” speakers and panelists with backgrounds in politics, crisis communication, social media, nonprofits and more shared their stories and offered […]

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